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South Africa's borders on 'red alert' for Grace Mugabe

Accused of assaulting a model with an electric cable, police search for Zimbabwe's first lady to prevent her departure.

Venezuela: New prosecutor vows to jail protest leaders

Tarek Saab, known as a staunch government loyalist, replaced critic Ortega Diaz who denounced the 'siege' by troops.

Police kill 'terrorists' in Cambrils, near Barcelona

Seven people also injured after a car drove into them in Spanish town, hours after a similar attack in nearby Barcelona.

80 killed after escalation in Philippines war on drugs

Another 13 people dead in Manila overnight after police raids and vigilante attacks as death toll rises.

North Korea 'fails' South's Moon after 100 days

Pyongyang's state media denounces South Korean president's 'hypocrisy' over sanctions after first 100 days in office.

US judge orders deportation of Palestinian activist

Activist Rasmea Odeh's US citizenship is revoked for failing to disclose convictions in 1970 for bombings in Jerusalem.

Ibrahim Halawa enters fifth year in Egyptian prison

Family, politicians and rights groups decry jailing of Ibrahim Halawa, who was 17 when arrested and faces death penalty.

Police kill 'terrorists' in Cambrils, near Barcelona

Several 'terror' suspects killed in operation that came after a van attack in Barcelona that so far has left 13 dead.

ISIL claims responsibility for van attack in Barcelona

Suspected driver on the run after 13 are killed and 100 injured as a vehicle rams a crowd in the busy Las Ramblas area.

US judge orders deportation of Palestinian activist

Activist Rasmea Odeh's US citizenship revoked for failing to disclose convictions in 1970 for bombings in Jerusalem.

Is Donald Trump giving a voice to white supremacists?

The US president is being widely criticised for his response to the Charlottesville white supremacist rally.

Ibrahim Halwa enters fifth year in Egyptian prison

Family, politicians and rights groups decry jailing of Ibrahim Halawa, who was 17 when arrested and faces death penalty.

Van crashes into dozens of people in Barcelona

At least 80 people also wounded after vehicle mounts pavement in busy Las Ramblas area of Catalan city.

Sierra Leone warns of more mudslides as rain forecast

Large crack appears on mountainside in Freetown as people asked to evacuate areas still under threat of mudslides.

Nobel winner Malala wins place at Oxford University

Pakistani-born Malala Yousafzai, shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, accepted by Oxford University.

Van crashes into dozens of people in Barcelona

At least 32 also wounded after vehicle mounts pavement in busy Las Ramblas area of Catalan city.

Ten-year-old rape victim delivers baby in India

Refused abortion by Supreme Court, child repeatedly raped by uncle gives birth by Caesarean section.

Trump says US culture 'ripped apart' by statue removals

President adds fuel to fire by mourning loss of statues memorialising Confederate era amid Charlottesville fallout.

Is climate change to blame in Freetown?

Humanity may have worsened the conditions on the ground but is the weather worse anyway?

DR Congo landslide kills scores in northeast

At least 60 people killed after heavy rain triggers landslide in fishing village near Lake Albert in the DR Congo.

Anti-Muslim Australian politician attempts burqa stunt

Far-right politician Pauline Henson wore face veil in parliament as part of campaign to ban the Islamic face veil.

Van crashes into dozens of people in Barcelona

Vehicle mounted pavement and injured several people at busy Ramblas area popular with tourists, police said.

How were the India-Pakistan partition borders drawn?

Draw lines on a map to see how Radcliffe demarcated the lines that divided British India.

Is climate change to blame in Freetown?

Mankind may have worsened the conditions on the ground but is the weather worse anyway?

DR Congo landslide kills scores in northeast

At least 60 people killed after heavy rain triggers landslide in fishing village near Lake Albert.

Uncertainty as Texas A&M drops White Lives Matter rally

Texas A&M University cancels White Lives Matter rally but white supremacist organiser vows to hold event.

Saudi, Iraqi leaders 'draw closer' after Sadr meeting

For Saudi Arabia, talks with Iraq are attempt to build alliances with its Shia leaders, analysts say.

DR Congo landslide kills dozens in northeast

At least 49 people killed after heavy rain triggers landslide in fishing village near Lake Albert.

DR Congo landslide kills dozens in northeast

At least 40 people killed after heavy rain triggers landslide in fishing village near Lake Albert.

Saudi, Iraqi leaders draw closer after Sadr meeting

For Saudi Arabia, talks with Iraq are attempt to build alliances with its Shia leaders, analysts say.

Venezuela crisis: All the latest updates

The latest news from Venezuela since its political crisis started.

Sierra Leone reels from deadly mudslides

Family members line up in pouring rain to identify loved ones' remains following mudslides and floods that killed 400.

Saudi King Salman invites Qatar pilgrims to Hajj

Qatar welcomes decision, but says move should include a full lifting of the blockade imposed by the Saudi-led group.

Sierra Leone mudslide survivors describe shock, anger

First mass burial to take place on Thursday after floods and mudslides kill more than 400 people in Sierra Leone.

Why Australia's detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island are still open

Oscar-winning filmmaker Eva Orner on documenting life inside Nauru and Manus and the effects of Australia's harsh immigration detention policies.

Hong Kong jails three Umbrella Movement leaders

Joshua Wong, Alex Chow and Nathan Law given between six to eight months for their part in 2014 protests.

In Pictures: Sierra Leone reels from deadly mudslides

Family members line up in pouring rain to identify loved ones' remains following mudslides and floods that killed 400.

Charlottesville: Heyer's mother address mourners

Mother of 32-year-old anti-racism protester addresses memorial service for Heyer who was killed on Saturday.

How Kenya became the latest victim of 'fake news'

Disinformation and "fake news" were employed to influence young Kenyans' vote during the elections.

Saudi King Salman invites Qatar pilgrims to Hajj

Saudi Arabia closed its land border with Qatar in June as part of an economic and political blockade.

Stop telling me to get over slavery...

...when you can't get over monuments to slavers.

Charlottesville attack: What, where and who?

A man rammed a car into anti-racist protesters in Virginia. Here is what happened.

Mass burials after devastating Sierra Leone mudslide

People rush to bury their dead amid fears of disease outbreak after a flood disaster that has killed over 400 people.

Moon Jae-in: There will not be war on Korean Peninsula

Marking 100 days in office, the South Korean president says he will consider talks if the North stops its missile tests.

Chasing Asylum: Australia's Offshore Detention Centres

Life in Australia's detention camps on Nauru and Manus Island through the eyes of asylum seekers and whistleblowers.

Germany: Confronting the colonial roots of racism

'The Nazis didn't fall out of the sky, there is a deeper racist, xenophobic mindset in German history.'

Saudi King Salman invites Qatar pilgrims to Hajj

Saudi Arabia had closed its land border with Qatar in June as part of an economic and political blockade.

Death toll continues to rise in Duterte's war on drugs

Police claim killing of 25 criminals in Manila's week of bloodshed as President Duterte continues crackdown.

Hamas guard killed in suicide bombing in southern Gaza

Several Hamas security men also injured in the bombing blamed on ISIL near the Palestinian enclave's border with Egypt.

Dozens killed in gun battle at Venezuelan prison

Fighting erupted between inmates and security forces in the prison in the city of Puerto Ayacucho, in Amazonas state.